Your Councillors


Local Councillors are elected every four years by the community to decide how the Council should carry out its various responsibilities. They represent public interest as well as individuals living within the Ward in which they have been elected to serve a term of office.

They have regular contact with the general public through Council Meetings, telephone calls and emails, providing opportunities for any Ward resident to contact their Councillor at their convenience.

Councillors are not paid a salary for their work, but they do receive allowances. By law, all members of the Council are required to complete a Register of Interest form, the details of which are published.

Register of Interest for each Councillor can be viewed under their profile.

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23/11/2022 11:13
Street Coordinators

Street Coordinators are volunteers who take on the responsibility of liaising with the Town Council and their neighbours: communicating important messages and assisting in looking out for vulnerable people. This is an invaluable scheme as Street Coordinators are often the first point of contact in identifying where assistance is needed.


09/08/2022 09:58
Harpenden Community Banking Hub

Across the country, High Streets have seen many changes over recent years and ours in Harpenden is no different. One of the big changes is the reduction in banks and the services that they offer. Harpenden Town Council has started work to explore the opening of a Community Banking Hub to help address the impact that a loss of banks...


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